Soho and Covent Garden in the area

Living in Soho and Covent Garden

The homes under Soho and Covent Garden estate office’s management lie between the newly refurbished Marshall Street swimming baths near Carnaby Street and the Theatre Land district of Covent Gardens’ Drury Lane. In between these two fascinating areas lies the heart of Soho and Leicester Square with an array of West End cinemas, boutique shops, open-air cafes and bars. The estate office manages 650 homes comprising 376 tenants and 284 leaseholders.

Kemp House in the heart of Soho recently became the first block in Westminster to be fitted with a nature conservation ‘green roof’. The nature roof is already attracting endangered birds not usually seen in the area. Vale Royal House overlooks Gerrard Street in the heart of Chinatown and Odhams Walk is in the middle of bustling Long Acre.

St. Anne’s Church Hall, 55 Dean Street, London, W1D 6AF can be hired. For booking and further details telephone 020 7437 8039 or email info@stannes-soho.org.uk. There is nowhere in London like Soho. And there is no venue in Soho like St. Anne’s. Quietly situated in its own private garden between Dean Street and Wardour Street, this architect-designed complex is ideal venue for a small business meeting to a cocktail party for 120 guests.

Play centres in Westminster

Westminster City Council offers safe play centres for five to 11 year olds at seventeen play projects. Contact details below for more information on eligibility and costs.

Tel: 0207641 1107

Fax: 02076411149

Email: wpcs@westminster.gov.uk

Children’s centres

Westminster’s children’s centres are places where children under five years of age and their families can access information and help specialist staff from health, social services and other community organisations.

www.westminster.gov.uk/childrenscentres and 02074391578


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